Last week Year 11 students attended the annual Sixth Form Convention during which they had the opportunity to speak with the Heads of Departments...
Last week our Year 12 A-level Theatre Studies students presented their production of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest.
Gordonstoun held a weekend of remembrance services, starting with our Junior School on Friday 10 November in the evening.
The annual Gordonstoun inter-House swimming gala recently took place with all of the Houses entering full teams. Contesting for the prestige and title of inter-House Champions, every competitor gave their all for their House teams.
Gordonstoun celebrated Bonfire Night with its usual style, welcoming student,, staff, friends and families to the annual fireworks display.
On Saturday evening Gordonstoun students celebrated Hallowe’en with a themed disco...
Thirty three Year 10 Geography students recently tested the hypothesis that the bedload of the River Findhorn reduces and becomes more rounded with distance from the source
Year 9 and 10 students from seven boarding houses went on House expedition. For the Year 9s it was their first time out with their House mates and it served to further cement the bonds they have been forming over the past four weeks of term.
On a cold and blustery afternoon the students and pupils from the Senior and Junior schools gathered on the South Lawn.
An intrepid group of Gordonstoun staff members from both the Teaching and Operations teams recently spent a day on Ocean Spirit of Moray.
At the start of term some of the Gordonstoun Firefighters washed cars for charity at Keith Community Fire Station.
Today Gordonstoun marked International Day of Peace - a day late due to yesterday's adverse weather conditions.
The Gordonstoun Pipe Band recently participated in the 2017 Highland Military Tattoo, held in historic Fort George near Inverness.
Gordonstoun recently opened its gardens and grounds to the public on behalf of the charity Scotlands Gardens.
The new Year 9s had an action packed start to their Senior School careers.
This summer eight students took part in the annual Romania project, running the Summer School at Little John’s Orphanage in Cisnadioara near Sibiu in Transylvania.
Over several months, all 21 students of the Thailand Water Project devised their own means of fundraising in time for their departure to Mae Ya Noi at the end of the summer term.
Tatler summed Gordonstoun up beautifully in their Schools' Guide 2018, which is out now.
It has been an excellent year for A Level and GCSE students at Gordonstoun.